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Defect Management Defects need to be handled in a methodical and systematic fashion. There's no point in finding a defect if it's not going to be fixed. There's no point getting it fixed if it you don't know it has been fixed and there's no point in releasing software if you don't know which defects have been fixed and which remain. How will you know? The answer is to have a defect tracking system. The simplest can be a database or a spreadsheet. A better alternative is a dedicated system which enforce the rules and process of defect handling and makes reporting easier.

If smoke comes out then you switch it off and it’s back to the drawing board (or soldering iron). If no smoke appears then you it’s basically okay and you can try some more tests on it to see if it is working properly. The same principle can be applied in software development. A release should be verified for completeness as well. Often releases can be built without a particular data or configuration file which is required. Part of the release process should be a simple test which verifies that all of the expected components are present in a release.

38 Other stuff Release Control When you release a product ‘into the wild’ you will need to know what you released, to whom and when. This may seem trivial but in a large development environment it can be quite tricky. Take for example a system where ten developers are working in parallel on a piece of code. When you go to build and release a version of the system how do you know what changes have been checked in ? When you release multiple versions of the same system to multiple customers and they start reporting bugs six months later, how do you know which version the error occurs in ?

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